Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, which started Turkey's most comprehensive sterilization campaign, broke a record by neutering 1 stray animals since June 2022, 23. While the Department of Health Affairs continues the sterilization process with its own means, it also aims to sterilize 500 thousand stray animals in 2023, thanks to the cooperation of the Private Animal Hospitals Association and its support to the district municipalities.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality continues to stand by stray animals with its 'animal friendly' practices.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, which does not forget the lives on the street with many applications from food support to free vaccine support, continues its efforts to control the stray animal population.
2022 STREET ANIMALS NEUTRALIZED IN 23
The Metropolitan Municipality, which started the most comprehensive sterilization campaign in Turkey, broke a new record by sterilizing 1 stray animals since June 2022, 23. The Department of Health Affairs continues its sterilization efforts with its own means and with the cooperation of the Private Animal Hospitals Association and its support to the district municipalities.
THE TARGET IS TO CONTROL THE STREET ANIMAL POPULATION IN 2 YEARS
Providing information on the subject, Head of Health Affairs Department Seyfettin Aslan said, “As of June 1, 2022, we started to receive services for both capture and sterilization with a brand new application. While we could have a thousand sterilizations per month, we started to perform 2 thousand sterilizations a month with this method. We broke a record in the history of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality with 2022 sterilizations in 23. With this project, which will set an example for all municipalities, we will perform 500-2023 thousand sterilizations in 25. While we are having 30 thousand sterilizations per month, if 2 district municipalities perform an average of 25 sterilizations each month, 100 thousand sterilizations will have taken place in 2 thousand 500 years. Thus, with over 30 thousand sterilizations per year, the stray animal population in Ankara will be brought under control within 50 years.
Continuing its neutering, feeding and free food support, the Metropolitan Municipality also treated 2022 injured stray animals in 14 with the Neutering and Adoption Center for Stray Animals (KISAMER), which it established.
Günceleme: 03/02/2023 15:11
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